Bernie Sanders Inks Book Deal With St. Martin's Press

Posted on July 14, 2016

Bernie Sanders photograph

Bernie Sanders just inked a book deal with St. Martin's Press. Senator Sanders, who just recently endorsed Hillary Clinton for President, will write Our Revolution: A Future to Believe In. The book will be published by St. Martins imprint Thomas Dunne Books on November 15, 2016.

Bernie stood by Hillary Clinton and told his supporters that she won the nomination fair and square, with more votes and pledged delegates. He said he would do everything in his power to stop Donald Trump from being the next president of the United States.

Senator Sanders was quite late in endorsing Secretary Clinton, and was able to use his leverage to help create the most progressive party platform in Democratic history. The book will lay out his agenda for the country which he calls nothing less than a revolution. If you've heard one of his stump speeches, you know what his positions are. And now that he won't be the Democratic nominee, he'll presumably have a bit more time to write the book, although it's on a very tight timetable. The book will be published after the election is over, but before the holidays.

Publisher Thomas Dunne is clearly feeling the Bern. He has this to say about the acquisition: "Our Revolution will be an inside account of this extraordinary campaign, and will also provide a blueprint for future political action. Its message: the fight has just begun. To say we are excited is an understatement. Bernie’s ideas and plan for action may well change the lives of millions of people for the better. It is an honor to be involved with the book."

Photo: Bernie Sanders



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